Some of the auction objects are refined, not also showy, like a diamond tennis bracelet appraised at $45,350.
Perhaps the Rolex Oyster Presidential Check out appraised at $40,000 catches the eye.
Then all over again, you will find a 1997 Chevrolet Astro van and a 2002 Buick Century on the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office auction list at GovDeals.com. Neither automobiles are appraised.
As it does every single so usually, the Sheriff’s Business office is auctioning off things confiscated from concluded criminal investigations by means of an on the web auction that ends on Friday.
There is a lot of bling in the auction listings, which include some pocket change that will in all probability promote for a bit much more than that.
You can find a gold Maple Leaf coin appraised at $1,854, a South African Krugerand coin appraised at $1,940, and a gold American Indian Buffalo coin appraised at $3,975.
A little bit extra sparkle can be located in 30.5-inch gold chain appraised at $45,315, a shield-formed diamond pendant appraised at $49,490, or a diamond “PL” pendant appraised at $8,570. There are a quantity of gold chains for neck or wrist, a few much more diamond tennis bracelets and a large men’s diamond-encrusted gold ring appraised at $4,850.
Bids have currently been created on most of the merchandise shown, which include $43 for a Michael Kors watch, and $29,500 for that Rolex.
Extra mundane objects are also in the Sheriff’s Business auction of confiscated things, like a 1973 Chevrolet Impala and 1993 Jeep Wrangler. The Sheriff’s Business office also has some surplus objects up for sale, like a a little crunched Ford Taurus police cruiser that had a $1,125 bid before this week. And you can find additional stuff becoming auctioned by the section on GovDeals.com, but only to licensed law enforcement associates, like police car strobe lights and a get bag of assorted Sheriff’s Business motorbike lights.
The gold, jewellery and motor vehicles were being forfeited to the Sheriff’s Business office and can be inspected by appointment only at the Sheriff’s Office’s forfeiture warehouse at 1087 Haines St. by Friday. Fascinated buyers can speak to the Sheriff’s Business to established up a viewing time at (904) 630-8711.
GovDeals allows federal government businesses to provide surplus and confiscated items by means of the world-wide-web.
The Sheriff’s Office can substitute, eliminate or add to the auction list as essential, it stated. It can also set minimum amount bids on the goods on the listing. The auction can conclude at any time without prior see. And all merchandise are sold in as-is problem and carry no guarantee.
Dan Scanlan: (904) 359-4549